Inspired by the simplicity and clean aesthetic of the Arts and Crafts movement, Ann Sacks' new Merge collection by Erin Adams offers a dimensional look in earthy tones. Adams worked with her husband, ceramic artist Michael Corney, to develop the line, which is named in the spirit of their collaboration. The tiles are made by hammering clay into plaster molds, where they are then fired and glazed. The collection's palette includes 16 single colorways with six patterns to choose from. The pieces are suitable for interior use and are also frost-proof, allowing the line to be installed in some exterior applications.